The war in Gaza prompted Osama bin Laden to release an audio tape, the first sign of the al-Quaeda leader since last May. The White House said the tape was an attempt to raise funds for the terrorist organization.
Bin Laden called for opening up new fronts in his war against America and its allies and condemned Arab governments for being allies of Israel.
Thomas Sanderson, a senior fellow at the Center for Straetgic and International Studies in Washington D.C. and an expert in terrorism and intelligence-gathering, joins Martin Savidge to discuss the timing and message of bin Laden’s tape as well as prospects for capturing or killing the elusive al-Quaeda leader.
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